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2020: CLICK [319] to see Rudy Giuliani on Newsmax TV with Greg Kelly giving an update. “We got some major victories.”

AOC: The stupid, it burns.

ARIZONA: Republican Gov. Doug Ducey announced he will not accept the results of the election until after all court cases have been settled.

“There are legal claims that are being challenged in court and everybody on the ballot has certain access rights and remedies and if they want to push that they are able. Once those are adjudicated and the process plays out, I will accept the results of the election.”

GEORGIA UPDATES: (1) Several recount workers, including Democrats, have described odd batches of pristine ballots with perfectly marked bubbles … all for Joe Biden. One went on the record about it in Wood v. Raffensperger.

(2) Several witnesses to parts of the presidential recount in Georgia have signed sworn statements testifying that they observed ballots cast for President Trump being counted instead for Democratic challenger Joe Biden.

(3) A recount monitor in Georgia has discovered a 9,626-vote error in the hand recount in DeKalb County. The batch of ballots was labeled 10,707 for Biden and 13 for Trump. The actual count for the batch was 1,081 for Biden and 13 for Trump. Two official counters signed off on the miscounted batch and Republican attorneys turned over an affidavit (pdf) on the incident to the Georgia secretary of state and requested an investigation.

MICHIGAN: Remember the two Republicans on the Wayne County Board of Canvassers who initially voted no on certifying election results? Then Democrat thugs doxxed them and threatened their families, so they switched to voting yes provided there would be a full audit of the election to address their concerns about irregularities.

They both got slammed pretty hard by conservatives for caving and believing that Democrats would ever do an actual audit, so now they’ve switched back to no.

Voter fraud is nothing new in Detroit. In 2016, voting machines in 248 of Detroit’s 662 precincts (more than one-third) registered more votes than the number of voters tallied by workers in the poll books. Oops!

MINNESOTA: Two of the state’s senators announced that they are both leaving the Democratic-Farmer-Labor (DFL) Party (the Democrat Party in the state). One of them, Dave Tomassoni, is the state senate’s president.

The two are not joining the Republican Party, but rather forming an independent caucus of two. The state senate’s makeup will switch from Republican 35 vs. DFL 34 to Republican 35 vs. DFL 32 vs. Independent 2.

NEW YORK: Despite the fact that New York State has a massive $63 billion budget deficit and its governor is already one of the highest paid in the nation, Cuomo’s salary will jump from $225,000 to $250,000 on Jan. 1, 2021. This will make him THE highest paid governor in the nation.

If New York were its own country, it would have more coronavirus deaths per-capita than any other place in the world. But that’s Democrats for you. Rewarding failure in a big way.

Meanwhile, New York’s judges and 213 state lawmakers serving in the state Senate and Assembly were told the state is too broke to afford pay raises for them. Maybe if they had arranged for the coronavirus to kill off thousands of old people like Cuomo did, they’d have gotten raises too.

PENNSYLVANIA: Police and U.S. Marshals have been employed to protect a Philadelphia lawyer who has been representing the Trump campaign due to abusive emails, phone calls, physical and economic threats, and even accusations of treason.

TWITTER: Since May 31, 2018, Trump and his campaign have been censored by Twitter 194 times. By contrast, none of Joe Biden’s tweets have been given any sort of label.

WISCONSIN: On Nov. 18, the Trump campaign filed a petition for recounts in Milwaukee and Dane Counties and has forked over $3 million to cover the estimated cost.

The petition noted there were allegations of illegally altered absentee ballots, illegally issued absentee ballots, and illegal advice given by government officials allowing Wisconsin’s Voter ID laws to be circumvented.

The Elections Commission agreed the recounts will happen, then argued for six hours about how they should be done. A full statewide recount can still be requested.

GRAMMY NOTES: [6:24] – Please remember Dearest in your prayers. He goes on Monday to get his veins scoped in hopes they can find a good path to his heart, so he can get his wonky aortic valve replaced without cracking his chest. I’m boggled that they can do this at all and we are all very hopeful that it will be possible … for obvious reasons!

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